Smoke and flames ripple from Sukhawadee Home in Bang Lamung district, Chon Buri, on Wendesday early morning. (Picture: Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

PATTAYA: Sukhawadee Home, a significant traveler destination, increased in flames on Wednesday early morning, simply as it will resume its doors after being closed for 4 months by the coronavirus lockdown

The blaze began in the elaborate Buddhabaramee structure and rapidly infected the primary bulding.

Fire truck and teams hurried to the 80-rai substance in tambon Na Klua of Bang Lamung district after the alarm was raised about 10.30 am.

The Buddhabaramee structure homes lots of Buddha images and antiques. The domed structure is 65 metres large and 80 metres long. It is famous for its wood architecture. The structure suffered significant internal fire damage, with fractures to the building structure.

A Myanmar house maid called Cherry stated the traveler destination was set for its resuming in the future Wednesday.

She switched on the electrical system in the early morning and set about her typical cleansing tasks.

About 2 hours later on she heard a loud sound and saw flames originating from the phase location and spreading out rapidly through the structure.

Authorities at first approximated damage at 200 million baht – omitting the Buddha images, things of praise and other possessions inside the structure.

The entire estate is guaranteed for 2 billion baht. It comes from Panya Chotitawan, chairman of Saha Farms Co.

The fire-gutted interior of Sukhawadee Home. (Picture: Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

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